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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Jul 11th, 2014, 7:15 pm Thread Starter
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K1300GT Clutch and Brake level replacement

I traded the K12GT for a K1300GT and want to swap out clutch and brake levers.

I took me about 5 minutes to swap them out on my Ducati...is there anything I need to be aware of?

Do I just remove the screw and swap them out? That plastic cover is hiding part of the levers.

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BMW proprietary style master cylinders and levers on K12, and Japanese style master cylinders and levers on K13

Parts fiche shows different part numbers and the illustration is different too

'07 K1200GT Crystal Gray Metalic
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If you're asking if replacing the levers on your K1300GT will be as simple as the process on the Ducati, the answer is yes. The Pazzo levers were plug and play for me, although others have reported problems with different levers and clutch activation.

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Thanks for the replies. Swapped them out and it was simple!

That damn spring was the only hard part!! LOL
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